|Birth: ||Sep. 28, 1669|
|Death: ||Sep. 13, 1756|
Sarah Noyes was born in Sudbury, Massachusetts on September 28, 1669, the daughter of Joseph Noyes and Mary Darnell or Darvell. Sarah married in Sudbury, James Haynes of the same town. There are contradictory records of the date of the marriage, it was either November 21, 1689, or December 21, 1690. James was the son of John Haynes and Dorothy Noyes, daughter of Peter Noyes. Sarah was not a descendant of the Peter Noyes who is so often linked with Walter Haynes in the history of Sudbury. Her father was of the Newbury Noyes clan, but a link between them and the family of Peter Noyes, back in England, has been proven.
Sarah and James had seven children, all born in Sudbury. James died in Sudbury in 1732. Sarah died on September 13, 1756, but her death is not rcorded in Sudbury vital records. She is buried in the old cemetery, called the Revolutionary War Cemetery, in Sudbury.
Joseph Noyes (1637 - 1717)
Mary Darvell Noyes (1642 - 1677)
James Haynes (1661 - 1732)*
Sarah Haynes Noyes (1699 - 1727)*
Abijah Haynes (1701 - 1787)*
Thankful Haynes Puffer (1708 - 1737)*
Dorothy Haynes Puffer (1710 - 1744)*
"Here Lies Buried The Body of Mrs. Sarah Haynes, Consort of ye Late Deacon James Haynes Decd Who Died Sept ye 13, 1756 In ye 87 year of Her Age."
Maintained by: Ken Smith
Originally Created by: Charles Waid
Record added: Aug 30, 2008
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